Saskatchewan roads continue to receive attention

GUERNSEY, Sask. — A 12.9-kilometre stretch of Hwy. 20 north of Guernsey will receive a facelift, thanks to $800,000 in resurfacing planned for this summer.

“Highway 20 north of Guernsey has experienced an increase in truck traffic in the past few years,” says Highways and Transportation Minister, Pat Atkinson. “By strengthening and surfacing this section, we are working to complete the link to Highway 5 and Humboldt.”

Work is expected to begin by the end of this week, and will wrap up in mid-September. About 31 full-time workers will pitch in on the project, which is an extension of work started last year.

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